Do you, like a lot of people, wonder if LASIK is really a surgery worth having? It’s a fair question. Any surgery is at least a little nerve-wracking, and one that you think could damage your eyesight is particularly scary.
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Now that school’s started up, kids might be complaining about not being able to read the board in class or that their glasses get in the way while they play at recess.
Most people know what LASIK eye surgery is - an eye surgery that uses lasers to give people clear vision. What most people don’t know is whether or not they qualify to get LASIK done themselves.
This may be the understatement of the year, but worldwide pandemics have a way of making people really nervous.
You’re over 40 and it’s time to admit it - you can’t see like used to.
It’s been a couple of months now since we in Utah began quarantining and social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Did you know that LASIK eye surgery technology is constantly improving? This is great news for anyone who wishes they had better, clearer vision.
Dry eye is a condition in which a person doesn't have enough quality tears to lubricate and nourish the eye. Tears are necessary for maintaining the health of the front surface of the eye and for providing clear vision. Dry eye is a common and often chronic problem, particularly in older adults. It also commonly affects those who live in arid climates and spend many hours on a computer.
Though the history of LASIK eye surgery is relatively brief, it already has several significant pioneers and developments that make it a well-researched topic of ophthalmology. In fact, its depth of research makes LASIK one of the safest eye surgeries available.
You’ve been thinking about getting LASIK for a long time now, haven’t you?